The Seoul Metropolitan Government held an “Investor Relations Session for Foreign Invested Companies and Related Organizations in Korea,” at the Seoul Foreign Correspondents’ Club on the 18th floor at the Korea Press Center in Taepyeong-ro, Seoul at 11 a.m. on December 6.
The Investor Relations session focused on the promotion of the foreign investment policy the City Government is strategically implementing and major investment projects, including the creation of a financial hub in Yeouido and the development of Sangam Digital Media City as a future creative city.
At the session, the City Government had a chance to hear about difficulties being faced by foreign companies and related organizations, and present proactive solutions through consultations with the Seoul Metropolitan Government and Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency’s Investment Ombudsman.
Additionally, the City Government provided information on current trends of measures taken to improve various regulations that have posed obstacles to investment by foreign firms and foreign invested companies operating in Korea, enabling participating companies to recognize the importance of additional investments.
The Investor Relations Session was attended by more than 100 people, including foreign firms and foreign invested companies, foreign chambers of commerce, commerce ministry officials at foreign embassies, and officials in charge of investment inducement at Seoul’s district offices.